Hotel Wisata Niaga

Address: Jl. Merdeka No. 5, Purwokerto, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Merdeka No. 5, Purwokerto.
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    Travel Blogs from Purwokerto

    Searching Mosque

    A travel blog entry by aliachmadz on Apr 10, 2012

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    There was an incident that make me exhausted. As we rested in a gazebo, we took some photos with each scene. We also take pictures with all student in my class. Shortly after the photo session with my friend, I searched the mosque for prayer Dzuhur. I invited a few friends, but they finally give up and chose to sit in the gazebo. Finally, I would also return to the gazebo and sitting for a bit there. After sometimes, ...

    Prambanan Temple

    A travel blog entry by aliachmadz on Apr 09, 2012

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    We got nearly eleven o'clock in Prambanan, the hot sun really stung. We huddle in several places in the side parking lot to enjoy our lunch. There are also some people who are into the toilet to dispose water. I chose sit under a big trees that shade and not too hot. Many were sitting next to me. From a distance, we could see the temple.The guide said Prambanan is the highest temple for the Hindus religion. We then walked to the counter. We are waiting ...

    Taking Care of One’s Stomach While Wandering

    A travel blog entry by wandering_man on Jan 09, 2010

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... grids). If you plan to wander on this continent you too will have to learn to use this. It’s easy—don’t overthink yourself.

    So, in conclusion; Eat the chile and garlic, lay off the familiar white boy food, pay attention to the cleanliness of street food stalls, and remember-if all you eat here is McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, and McBurgers, you should have saved yourself the plane fare and stayed in ...

    Cilacap-- an excellent adventure (kinda)

    A travel blog entry by wandering_man on Jan 08, 2010

    4 photos

    ... on horrid working conditions in the Thai shrimping industry (including enslavement and being thrown overboard for complaining about not getting paid for six months, among other atrocities).

    WM does not intend to write a lodging review for this hotel, as he did not see a single other bule in this town. (That is code for “Even drunk on a bet, no reader of this blog will ever come here. Why bother?”) Unlike Probolinggo, the town was clean, people were ...

    Solo, Yogyakarta, Borobudur, Pagandaran

    A travel blog entry by ashley_and_erik on Feb 28, 2007

    49 photos

    Seasoned travellers that we had become, we shunned the expensive tourist bus opting instead for the "public" buses. The hotel manager very helpfully told us which 3 bemos we needed to catch to reach the ferry port (which we knew quite well by that stage) at Lembar. What a journey! The final leg was a very hard bargained for minibus ride which took us through each and every village on the way, scouring for extra passengers (and the odd clutch of pigeons) to scoop up ...

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